Our Fayetteville real estate lawyers represent banks, lenders, real estate agents, and individual buyers and sellers throughout the transactional process. We will evaluate your situation from every angle to determine the best course of action.
Tally & Tally has been providing thorough, practical real estate guidance throughout Cumberland County since 1948. Our extensive experience and knowledge of the industry enables us to proactively pursue solutions and prevent future issues. Our attorneys discuss our clients’ short- and long-term goals and tailor our representation accordingly. We are committed to protecting your rights and business interests at every stage of your case.
Providing Real Estate Closings
Our lawyers conduct residential and commercial closings with integrity. We will draw up contracts and ensure titles are transferred properly. We explain the entire process, including the costs and fees involved. We will make sure all aspects of the contract are followed through the closing and distribution of funds. We follow strict ethical standards for fund disbursement and contract compliance. We also schedule closings in a timely manner while maintaining our high standards.
In some instances, we can work with commercial and residential borrowers to perform refinanced closings. We have experience organizing the process to satisfy the bank and borrower’s needs. At Tally & Tally, our experienced real estate attorneys understand the recently revised HUD regulations. We take great care to follow the guidelines to ensure closings are conducted properly.
Resolving For Sale By Owner Issues
For sale by owner transactions present different issues. Under North Carolina law, every land sale requires an attorney to complete the closing. We provide informed guidance from day one down to the closing. We have extensive experience handling:
- Initial offers
- Offer to purchase contracts
- Payout liens
- Mortgage issues
Protecting Landlords’ Rights
In addition to helping buyers and sellers, we help commercial and residential landlords ensure they are following North Carolina law when drafting leases. Having an enforceable lease is key to protecting your interests, and we will provide the due diligence you need.